Report: Teachers, others should step in to stop bad behaviour

04/13/2009 | BBC

England's school leaders should be more active in handling students with behavioural problems, according to a report that finds some head teachers and school administrators might not be aware of what they can do to stop bad behaviour. The government's behaviour expert, Sir Alan Steer, suggests isolating disruptive students or using reasonable force against them.

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